Articles tagged: Lauinger Library
Descendants met on Feb. 7 to view a newly-discovered photograph of a woman enslaved by Georgetown and celebrate her life and family.
Lauinger Library has served as a main study space at Georgetown, but now, administrators are considering an upgrade to the dated facility.
Georgetown’s Jesuit values are being threatened by public displays of affection by couples in Lauinger Library.
“Women’s rights are human rights”: Library exhibition highlights U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women
In 1995, Hillary Clinton declared “women’s rights are human rights” at the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women. Over 25 years later, Lauinger Library has debuted an exhibition about this... Read more
Lauinger Library opened for the spring semester with newly extended hours and new policies to increase student access to resources.
Georgetown University Library recently announced it received a logbook from the slave ship the Mary from a donor in California. The logbook is a record of the day-to-day events of... Read more
This year, the American Studies Program is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The program, founded in 1969, emerged to address students’ questions about race, gender, nationalism, and other issues prevalent in... Read more
Georgetown Library and the Gelardin New Media Center hosted a lecture on the role of virtual reality (VR) in healthcare in Lauinger Library on Oct. 1. Three speakers presented, and... Read more
The new dean of library, Harriette Hemmasi has been working in and around libraries for nearly her entire career, but her first love was music. “I loved being around all... Read more